From the Second Chance Shoppe, October 2011
Overall too ornate in the vocal styling, which doesn't equate to emotion in the storytelling.
Side 1 is barely tolerable, with the possible exception of "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight."
Side 2 has "Hitchcock Railway" grooviness and "Hi-Heel Sneakers" sultriness, helping lift the album... but not enough to keep it from going back where it came from.
Well, well, well... lookee here
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